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Italian Hours

By: Henry James

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ITALIAN HOURS Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...... ...........................................................................123 Italian Hours i Table of Contents TUSCAN CITIES........................... ... Stones of Venice, open Theophile Gautier's ltalia , and you will see. These writers take it very seriously, and it is only because there is another w... ...l and seeming to ignore the extremely immediate gaze of two serried ranks of male creatures on each side of her path, save here and there to recognise... ...d Child, surrounded by four angels; on the other side, of an equal number of male saints (twenty−five, that is) holding crowns in their hands and lead...

...Table of Contents: Italian Hours, 1 -- Henry James, 1 -- Preface, 2 -- VENICE, 2 -- II, 4 -- III, 5 -- IV, 6 -- V, 9 -- VI, 10 -- VII, 12 -- VIII, 13 -- THE GRAND CANAL, 14 -- VENICE: AN EARLY IMPRESSION, 23 -- TWO OLD HOUSES AND THREE YOUNG WO...

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Italian American

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... Italian Americans are the United States citizens of Italian ancestry. Italian Americans are the fourth largest European e... ... American ethnicity, an ethnonym used by many in the United States; overall, Italian Americans rank seventh, behind German, Irish, African American,... ..., Irish, African American, English, American, and Mexican). About 5.5 million Italians immigrated to the U.S. from 1820 to 2004. The greatest surge o... ...would go first, leaving the mother and the rest of the family behind until the male members could afford their passage. From 1880 to 1920, an estimat... ... or were prevented from returning by the outbreak of World War I. The Italian male immigrants in the Little Italies were most often employed in manua... ...can women's writings. Several of these herein mentioned Italian American women writers and editors are American Book Award winners and pioneers of I... ...tional gender roles.Mary Jo Bona, Claiming a Tradition: Italian American Women Writers (1999) Among the scholars who have led the renaissance in Ital... ...ll as Brooklyn College, where Dr. Robert Viscusi founded the Italian American Writers Association, and is an author and American Book Award winner, h...

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Italian Hours

By: Henry James

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ITALIAN HOURS Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ...r 29, 2002] Character set encoding: Latin1 ITALIAN HOURS eBook prepared by Richard Farris (rf7211@hotmail.co... ...ones of Venice, open Théophile Gautier's ltalia, and you will see. These writers take it very seriously, and it is only because there is another wa... ...nd seeming to ignore the extremely immediate gaze of two serried ranks of male creatures on each side of her path, save here and there to recognise... ...hild, surrounded by four angels; on the other side, of an equal number of male saints (twenty-five, that is) holding crowns in their hands and lea...

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Italian Renaissance

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...tronage can be traced to the earlier part of the 14th century, many aspects of Italian culture and society remained largely Medieval; the Renaissance ... ...full swing until the end of the century. The word renaissance (Rinascimento in Italian) means "rebirth" in French, and the era is best known for the r... ...tico mode, then was largely rebuilt by humanist sixteenth-century pope s. The Italian Renaissance peaked in the mid-16th century as foreign invasions... ...Orlando Innamorato ), and Ludovico Ariosto ( Orlando Furioso ). 15th century writers such as the poet Poliziano and the Platonist philosopher Mar... ...and encouraged artists like Francesco Laurana and Antonello da Messina and writers like the poet Jacopo Sannazaro and the humanist scholar Ange... ...ecularism in the Renaissance, which had been emphasized by early 20th-century writers like Jacob Burckhardt, based on, among other things, the presen... ...perhaps the greatest of whom is Michelangelo, whose David of 1500 is also a male nude study; more naturalistic than Donatello's and with greater ...

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Italian Hours

By: Henry James

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ITALIAN HOURS Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ...ook #6354] [Posted: November 29, 2002] ITALIAN HOURS eBook prepared by Richard Farris (rf7211@hotmail.co... ...ones of Venice, open Theophile Gautier's ltalia, and you will see. These writers take it very seriously, and it is only because there is another wa... ...nd seeming to ignore the extremely immediate gaze of two serried ranks of male creatures on each side of her path, save here and there to recognise... ...hild, surrounded by four angels; on the other side, of an equal number of male saints (twenty-five, that is) holding crowns in their hands and lea...

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Spaghetti Western

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...ial. Spaghetti Western, also known as Italian Western or Macaroni Western (primarily in Japan),[1] is a broad sub... ...her countries because most of these Westerns were produced and directed by Italians. According to veteran Spaghetti Western actor Aldo Sambrell, the p... ... Western actor Aldo Sambrell, the phrase 'Spaghetti Western' was coined by Italian journalist Alfonso Sancha.[2] The denomination for these films in I... ... Sierra Madre – where the explicit homosexual relation between two of its (male) main characters and some gay cueing scenes are embedded with other fo... ...Aldo Sambrell Interview The Westerners: Interviews with Actors, Directors, Writers and Producers McFarland, 14 October 2009, p. 180 ...

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Stories from the Italian Poets : With Lives of the Writers : Volume 2

By: Leigh Hunt

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org WITH LIVES OF THE WRITERS, VOL. 2 Title: STORIES FROM THE ITALIAN POETS: WITH LIVES OF... ... Library.org WITH LIVES OF THE WRITERS, VOL. 2 Title: STORIES FROM THE ITALIAN POETS: WITH LIVES OF THE WRITERS, VOL. 2 Author: LEIGH HUNT Langu... ...RITERS, VOL. 2 Title: STORIES FROM THE ITALIAN POETS: WITH LIVES OF THE WRITERS, VOL. 2 Author: LEIGH HUNT Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ...... ...ives of the Writers, Vol. 2 Leigh Hunt Table of Contents Stories from the Italian Poets: With Lives of the Writers, Vol. 2 ................... ...e formiche, Che raspavano l' oro alla mia buca, Or vadan pur, che Dio le malediche. Cotal fortuna a casa li conduca, Che lor fiacchi le gam... ...e is as painstaking as he is lively.] [Footnote 2: She had taken a damsel in male attire for a man] [Footnote 3: Crescimbeni himself had not seen the ... ...O: Critical Notice of his Life and Genius. 17 [Footnote 4: “Re Galagron, il maledetto cane"] [Footnote 5: The lions in the shield of England were leo...

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...Table of Contents: Stories from the Italian Poets: With Lives of the Writers, Vol. 2, 1 -- Leigh Hunt, 1 -- BOIARDO: Critical Notice of his Life and Genius, 2 -- ARIOSTO: Critical Notice of his Life and Genius, 32 -- TASSO: Critical Notice of his Life and Geniu...

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List of Italians

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...This is a list of notable Italians . Acting Actors Gino Cervi (1901–1974), actor and ... ...litics Terence Hill (born 1939), actor, who became famous for playing in Italian western movies (also called spaghetti western s) together with his... ...fredi (1921–2004), actor, one of the most prominent in the commedia all'italiana genre Marcello Mastroianni (1924–1996), actor who became the p... ...the first magnitude; regarded internationally as being one of the greatest male opera singers of the 19th century Giuseppe De Luca (1876–1950), fam... ...o (c. 1280 – c. 1349), physician and inventor who became one of the first writers to include illustration s in a work on anatomy Schlager, Neil; La... ...stmen in Italian League Costantino Rocca (born 1956), the most successful male golfer that Italy has produced Antonio Rossi (born 1968), sprint cano... ...ed Chelsea's greatest ever player in the centenary celebrations of 2005 Writers and philosophers Ancient and Late Antique Lucius Accius ... ...nd literary matters Torquato Tasso (1544–1595), poet, one of the foremost writers of the Renaissance, celebrated for his heroic epic poem Jerusalem...

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Outlines of English and American Literature; An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, To the Books They Wrote, And to the Times in Which They Lived

By: William J. Long

...es of English and American Literature An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, to the Books They Wrote, and to the... ...UTLINES OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHIEF WRITERS OF ENGLAND AND AMERICA, TO THE BOOKS THEY WROTE, AND TO THE TIMES... ...t there was something hopeless about him. Later he learned that the great writers of England and America were concerned with life alone, as the most... ...traditions, romances from distant Italy which had traveled far before the Italians welcomed them. All these and more, whether originating on British... ...letter; while Chaucer wrote his Canterbury Tales, a poem shaped after Italian and French models, portraying the holiday side of the middle a... ...ls. This second period, of about fifteen years, is called the time of Italian influence. In the third or English period Chaucer returned t... ...rying to hide his emptiness of mind by looking occupied, an uncomfortable male person in tow of his wife, maiden aunts, fond mammas with their awkwa... ...hool. When an unruly masculine tongue betrays him he is cast out with maledictions on his head. His father comes with an army, and makes war...

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Giovanni Dall'Agocchie

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...Giovanni Dall’Agocchie was an Italian fencer and author who published his text in 1572. ... ...9 All articles lacking sources Italian male fencers Italian non-fiction writers ... ... All articles lacking sources Italian male fencers Italian non-fiction writers ... ... Italian male fencers Italian non-fiction writers Italian male writers Ye... ...rs Italian non-fiction writers Italian male writers Year of birth missing ... ... Italian non-fiction writers Italian male writers Year of birth missing ...

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Outlines of English and American Literature; An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, To the Books They Wrote, And to the Times in Which They Lived

By: William J. Long

...es of English and American Literature An Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, to the Books They Wrote, and to the... ...UTLINES OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHIEF WRITERS OF ENGLAND AND AMERICA, TO THE BOOKS THEY WROTE, AND TO THE TIMES... ...t there was something hopeless about him. Later he learned that the great writers of England and America were concerned with life alone, as the most... ...traditions, romances from distant Italy which had traveled far before the Italians welcomed them. All these and more, whether originating on British... ...tter; while Chaucer wrote his _Canterbury Tales_, a poem shaped after Italian and French models, portraying the holiday side of the middle a... ...ls. This second period, of about fifteen years, is called the time of Italian influence. In the third or English period Chaucer returned t... ...rying to hide his emptiness of mind by looking occupied, an uncomfortable male person in tow of his wife, maiden aunts, fond mammas with their awkwa... ...hool. When an unruly masculine tongue betrays him he is cast out with maledictions on his head. His father comes with an army, and makes war...

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Guglielmo il Giuggiola

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...ielmo il Giuggiola (William, called the Ziziphus berry) was a 16th-century Italian poet and author of canzoni. Canzona d... ...9 All articles lacking sources Italian poets Italian male poets ... ... sources Italian poets Italian male poets Italian Renaissance writers ... ...alian poets Italian male poets Italian Renaissance writers 16th-century Italian peop... ... Italian male poets Italian Renaissance writers 16th-century Italian people ...

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Pictures from Italy

By: Charles Dickens

........................................................33 CHAPTER VII − AN ITALIAN DREAM.............................................................. ...A, AND BOLOGNA • CHAPTER VI − THROUGH BOLOGNA AND FERRARA • CHAPTER VII − AN ITALIAN DREAM • CHAPTER VIII − BY VERONA, MANTUA, AND MILAN, ACROSS THE P... ...gner, to abstain from the discussion of any such questions with any order of Italians, so I would rather not enter on the inquiry now. During my twelv... ... stared at again, without let or hindrance. The body of the room was full of male strangers; the crowd immense; the heat very great; and the pressure ... ...ly, to remind them that he took the money. The majority were country−people, male and female. There were four or five Jesuit priests, however, and som... ...y is very high) then rose up, and stretched out its tiny arms, while all the male spectators in the square uncovered, and some, but not by any means t... ... carriages on the Chiaji, or walking in the Public Gardens; and quiet letter−writers, perched behind their little desks and inkstands under the Portic...

...ng conviction on the subject; but as I chose when residing there, a Foreigner, to abstain from the discussion of any such questions with any order of Italians, so I would rather not enter on the inquiry now. During my twelve months? occupation of a house at Genoa, I never found that authorities constitutionally jealous were distrustful of me; and I should be sorry to give ...

... GENOA AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD, 13 -- Chapter V ? TO PARMA, MODENA, AND BOLOGNA, 29 -- Chapter VI ? THROUGH BOLOGNA AND FERRARA, 33 -- Chapter VII ? AN ITALIAN DREAM, 36 -- Chapter VIII ? BY VERONA, MANTUA, AND MILAN, ACROSS THE PASS OF THE SIMPLON SIMP0LON INTO Chapter IX ? TO ROME BY PISA AND SIENA, 49 -- Chapter X ? ROME, 55 -- Chapter XI ? A RAPID DIORAMA, 78...

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Alfredo Bracchi

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...Alfredo Bracchi (30 December 1897 – 11 October 1976) was a versatile Italian author, whose production ranged from song lyrics to movie scripts. ... ... Categories Italian songwriters Italian screenwriters ... ...gwriters Italian screenwriters Male screenwriters Italian male writers ... ...reenwriters Male screenwriters Italian male writers 1897 births ... ... Male screenwriters Italian male writers 1897 births 1976 deaths...

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This Freedom

By: A. S. M. Hutchinson

...hat entirely and completely belonged to her father. Under her father, all males had proprietory rights in the world and dominion over it; no females... ...females owned any part of the world or could do anything with it. All the males in this world--her father, and Robert and Harold her brothers, and a... ...did ordinary and unexciting and generally rather tiresome things. All the males were like story books to Rosalie: you never knew what they were goin... ...l and more masters and mistresses than pupils--mostly "visiting" masters--Italian, French, painting, singing, music, dancing. Laetitia was about two... ...e here." "With kisses." "Till we meet." And with slangy nicknames of the writers. There lay with them a number of letters, all in their envelopes. ...

...erious and extraordinary world that revolved entirely about her father and that entirely and completely belonged to her father. Under her father, all males had proprietory rights in the world and dominion over it; no females owned any part of the world or could do anything with it. All the males in this world?her father, and Robert and Harold her brothers, and all the othe...

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Antonio Porchia

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... 1968 deaths Aphorists Italian male poets Argentine poets ... ... 1968 deaths Aphorists Italian male poets Argentine poets Arge... ...oets Argentine poets Argentine male writers Italian emigrants to Argentina ... ... Argentine poets Argentine male writers Italian emigrants to Argentina ... ...e poets Argentine male writers Italian emigrants to Argentina 20th-century Italian p...

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This Freedom

By: A. S. M. Hutchinson

...d that entirely and completely belonged to her father. Under her father, all males had proprietory rights in the world and dominion over it; no female... ...no females owned any part of the world or could do anything with it. All the males in this world her father, and Robert and Harold her brothers, and a... ...id did ordinary and unexciting and generally rather tiresome things. All the males were like story books to Rosalie: you never knew what they were goi... ...school and more masters and mistresses than pupils mostly visiting masters Italian, French, painting, singing, music, dancing. Laetitia was about tw... ... were here. With kisses. Till we meet. And with slangy nicknames of the writers. There lay with them a number of letters, all in their envelopes....

...erious and extraordinary world that revolved entirely about her father and that entirely and completely belonged to her father. Under her father, all males had proprietory rights in the world and dominion over it; no females owned any part of the world or could do anything with it. All the males in this world her father, and Robert and Harold her brothers, and all the othe...

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Gesualdo Bufalino

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...nunciation: ; Comiso, Italy, 15 November 1920 - 14 June 1996), was an Italian writer. Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, S... ... Further reading Critics works available in Italian Verga e il cinema. Con una sceneggiat... ... 1920 births 1996 deaths Italian Roman Catholics People from the Province of R... ...gusa Italian novelists Italian male poets Italian short story writers ... ... Italian male poets Italian short story writers Italian male short story writers ... ... Italian short story writers Italian male short story writers 20th-century Italian writers... ...talian male short story writers 20th-century Italian writers Sicilian writers Strega... ... 20th-century Italian poets Italian male novelists Premio Campiello winners ...

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Sir Charles Grandison

By: Samuel Richardson

.............................................................................12 ITALIANS.................................................................... ...lett. Lord W. Uncle to Sir Charles, Grandison. Lord G. Son of the Earl of G. ITALIANS. Marchese della Porretta, the Father. Marchesa della Porretta. M... ...y Sunday, and behold you there. He wonders how your Sir Charles Grandison ITALIANS. 13 Grandmamma, your Aunt, your Uncle, can spare you. Your Co... ...ds only; for her father's considerable estate, on his demise, for want of male heirs, went with the name; her grandmother's jointure not more than... ...ull out his handkerchief? O these dissemblers! The hyæna, my dear, was a male devourer. The men in malice, and to extenuate their own guilt, mad... ...xtenuate their own guilt, made the creature a female. And yet there may be male and female of this species of monsters. But as women have more to... ... more If Homer is to be preferred to Milton, he must be the sublimest of writers; and Mr. Pope, admirable as his translation of the Iliad is sai... ...me young man, who is honest, discreet, and one of the swiftest short−hand writers of the age, to take a faithful account of every−thing that has ... ..., that the truest parts of learning are to be found in the Roman and Greek writers; and you know, that translation (were everything worthy our not...

...Table of Contents: Sir Charles Grandison, 1 -- Samuel Richardson, 1 -- Vol. 1, 11 -- Preface, 11 -- Names of the Principal Persons, 12 -- ITALIANS, 13 -- THE HISTORY OF Sir Charles Grandison, Bart, 13 -- LETTER I, 13 -- LETTER II, 14 -- LETTER III, 18 -- LETTER IV, 19 -- LETTER V, 21 -- LETTER VI, 25 -- LETTER VII, 27 -- LETTER VIII, 30 -- LETTER IX, 33 -- LETT...

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Carlo Gabriel Nero

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The Prince

By: Nicolo Machiavelli

.... INTRODUCTION Niccolo Machiavelli, the first great Italian historian, and one of the most eminent political writers of any ... ...he first great Italian historian, and one of the most eminent political writers of any age or country, was born at Florence, May 3, 1469. He was... ...blish in Italy a firm bulwark against the church, without fear of papal maledictions, he gave them Nocera in the kingdom of Naples, that, having... ...Germans left Italy, and the country remained wholly in the hands of the Italians; but Providence ordained that the pope, when these enemies were... ...ain by the people of Milan, the state fell to Filippo; but he having no male heir, Milan passed from the family of Visconti to that of Sforza, i... ...ons, still possessing neither power nor reputation, like all the other Italian powers, they live at the mercy of others. Benedict XII. havi... ...ight be, it occurred under the Roman empire, and began to be noticed by writers in the times of the first emperors. When the Roman empire... ...st division is well known, having been recorded by Dante and many other writers; I shall, however, briefly notice it. Among the most powe... ...faction were the Uberti, Manelli, Ubriachi, Fifanti, Amidei, Infangati, Malespini, Scolari, Guidi, Galli, Cappiardi, Lamberti, Soldanieri, Cipri...

...Introduction: Niccolo Machiavelli, the first great Italian historian, and one of the most eminent political writers of any age or country, was born at Florence, May 3, 1469. He was of an old though not wealthy Tuscan family, his father, who was a jurist, ......

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Richard Benedict

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The Life of the Bee

By: Maurice Maeterlinck

.... THE YOUNG QUEENS • VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT • VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES • VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE • Appendix Created by: Steve So... ... birth, combat and nuptial flight of the young queens, the massacre of the males, and finally, the return of the sleep of winter. With each of these e... ...ers who are incomplete and sterile females; and lastly of some hundreds of males, from whom one shall be chosen as the sole and unfortunate consort of... ...rs, have more than once had impregnated queens sent me from Italy; for the Italian species is more prolific, stronger, more active, and gentler than o... ...four times out of ten. I even one day came across an extraordinary little Italian bee, whose belt I had marked with a touch of blue paint. In her sec... ...ngle bee. Then I went to a glass hive that was close to the house, took an Italian bee, brought her to my study, set her on the comb, and marked her w... ...ng behind her, like an oriflamme, the unfolded entrails of her lover. Some writers pretend that the bees manifest great joy at this return so big with... ...rks:— 1. The Historical Development of Apiarian Science: (a) The ancient writers: Aristotle, "History of Animals "(Trans. Bart. St. Hilaire); T. Var...

...· II. THE SWARM · III. THE FOUNDATION OF THE CITY · IV. THE LIFE OF THE BEE · V. THE YOUNG QUEENS · VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT · VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES · VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE · Appendix...

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Michele Novaro

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The Life of the Bee

By: Maurice Maeterlinck

... V. THE YOUNG QUEENS VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE APPENDIX I ON TH... ...birth, combat and nuptial flight of the young queens, the massacre of the males, and finally, the return of the sleep of winter. With each of these ... ...rs who are incomplete and sterile females; and lastly of some hundreds of males, from whom one shall be chosen as the sole and unfortunate consort o... ...s, have more than once had impregnated queens sent me from Italy; for the Italian species is more prolific, stronger, more active, and gentler than ... ...ur times out of ten. I even one day came across an extraordinary little Italian bee, whose belt I had marked with a touch of blue paint. In her se... ...gle bee. Then I went to a glass hive that was close to the house, took an Italian bee, brought her to my study, set her on the comb, and marked her ... ...g behind her, like an oriflamme, the unfolded entrails of her lover. Some writers pretend that the bees manifest great joy at this return so big wit... ...- 1. The Historical Development of Apiarian Science: (a) The ancient writers: Aristotle, "History of Animals "(Trans. Bart. St. Hilaire); T. Va...

... THE HIVE II. THE SWARM 3 III. THE FOUNDATION OF THE CITY IV. THE LIFE OF THE BEE V. THE YOUNG QUEENS VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE APPENDIX...

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Giampietro Stocco

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A Far Country by Winston Churchill, Vol. 3

By: Sir Winston S. Churchill

...hion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They... ...-chairs, imported from England, while between the windows were shelves of Italian walnut which I had filled with the books I had bought while at Cam... ...n together." "Oh, Hugh, you are incorrigible," was all she said. The male tendency in me was forever strained to solve her, to deduce from her ... ... Thus we fly to literature in crises of the heart! There was no lack of writers who sought to deal--and deal triumphantly with the very situation ... ...n has the hopeless feeling he can never catch up with it all. A thousand writers and students are making contributions today where fifty years ago ...

... and the Slavs, the Czechs and the Greeks drawn to us, but it became the fashion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They had been told that they must not miss us; scarcely a week went by in our community?so it was said?in which a full-fledged millionaire was not turned ou...

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Giorgio Baffo

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A Far Country by Winston Churchill, Vol. 3

By: Sir Winston S. Churchill

...hion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They... ...-chairs, imported from England, while between the windows were shelves of Italian walnut which I had filled with the books I had bought while at Cam... ...n together." "Oh, Hugh, you are incorrigible," was all she said. The male tendency in me was forever strained to solve her, to deduce from her ... ... Thus we fly to literature in crises of the heart! There was no lack of writers who sought to deal--and deal triumphantly with the very situation ... ...n has the hopeless feeling he can never catch up with it all. A thousand writers and students are making contributions today where fifty years ago ...

... and the Slavs, the Czechs and the Greeks drawn to us, but it became the fashion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They had been told that they must not miss us; scarcely a week went by in our community?so it was said?in which a full-fledged millionaire was not turned ou...

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Carmelo Bene

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... None[1] Carmelo Bene (1 September 1937 – 16 March 2002) was an Italian actor, poet, film director and ... ...16 March 2002) was an Italian actor, poet, film director and screenwriter. He was an important exponent of the Italian avant-garde theatre and cinema.... ...bicchiere. La poetica di Carmelo Bene, I Libri di Icaro, Lecce, 2007, p. 66. ^ (Italian) Carmelo Bene on the Italian En... ... People from the Province of Lecce Italian atheists Italian male stage actors ... ... Italian male film actors Italian film directors Italian writers Italian s... ... Accademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica Silvio D'Amico alumni 20th-century Italian male actors All s...

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A Far Country, Vol. 3

By: Winston S. Churchill

...shion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They h... ...y-chairs, imported from England, while between the windows were shelves of Italian walnut which I had filled with the books I had bought while at Camb... ... plan together." "Oh, Hugh, you are incorrigible," was all she said. The male tendency in me was forever strained to solve her, to deduce from her c... ...hy. Thus we fly to literature in crises of the heart! There was no lack of writers who sought to deal—and deal triumphantly with the very situation in... ...man has the hopeless feeling he can never catch up with it all. A thousand writers and students are making contributions today where fifty years ago t...

... and the Slavs, the Czechs and the Greeks drawn to us, but it became the fashion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They had been told that they must not miss us; scarcely a week went by in our community—so it was said—in which a full-fledged millionaire was not turned ou...

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Gianni Clerici

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... Gianni Clerici Gianni Clerici (born July 24, 1930 in Como) is an Italian tennis commentator a... ...d into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2006. References Tennis, Italian Style by Jon Werthei... ... VIAF not on Wikidata 1930 births Living people Italian male tennis players ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata 1930 births Living people Italian male tennis players ... ... Tennis commentators International Tennis Hall of Fame inductees Tennis writers ...

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A Far Country, Vol. 3

By: Winston S. Churchill

...shion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. Th... ... while between A Far Country, Volume 3 XIX. 21 the windows were shelves of Italian walnut which I had filled with the books I had bought while at ... ...are incorrigible," was all she said. A Far Country, Volume 3 XXII. 57 The male tendency in me was forever strained to solve her, to deduce from h... ... Thus we fly to literature in crises of the heart! There was no lack of writers who sought to deal—and deal triumphantly with the very situation... ...n has the hopeless feeling he can never catch up with it all. A thousand writers and students are making contributions today where fifty years a...

... and the Slavs, the Czechs and the Greeks drawn to us, but it became the fashion for distinguished Englishmen and Frenchmen and sometimes Germans and Italians to pay us a visit when they made the grand tour of America. They had been told that they must not miss us; scarcely a week went by in our community?so it was said?in which a full?fledged millionaire was not turned ou...

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Carmen Covito

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Outline of Universal History

By: George Park Fisher

................................107 CHAPTER I. CONQUEST OF THE LATINS AND ITALIANS (304−282 B.C.). ...........................107 CHAPTER II. ...... ...C.) • Outline of Universal History 1 CHAPTER I. CONQUEST OF THE LATINS AND ITALIANS (304−282 B.C.). • CHAPTER II. • PERIOD III. THE PUNIC WARS: TO... ...n the Philosophy of History: R. FLINT, The Philosophy of History, vol. i.,—Writers on the subject in Outline of Universal History UNIVERSAL HISTORY.... ...being recorded than any that had preceded it.” The attention of historical writers was still confined to a particular country, or to insulated gro... ...erified theory and conjecture. Too much stress has been laid, by certain writers, on mistakes in language as a source of mythology. In the primi... ...logy. In the primitive stage of language, all nouns had a gender, either male or female; and verbs, even auxiliary verbs, it is alleged, express... ... mixture of the Celts with the native non−Aryan Iberians. The Greeks and the Italians had a common ancestry, as we know by their languages; but of tha... ... which, in the case of the rich, was a substantial meal. Later in the day, males went to the practice of gymnastics, which were followed, in later... ...ae, fell into the conqueror's hands. He set fire to Persepolis, and sold its male inhabitants into slavery. He pursued Darius into Media, Hyrcania, an...

...r II. ROME UNDER THE PATRICIANS (509?304 B.C.), 104 -- PERIOD II. TO THE UNION OF ITALY. (304?264 B.C.), 107 -- Chapter I. CONQUEST OF THE LATINS AND ITALIANS (304?282 B.C.), 107 -- Chapter II, 108 -- PERIOD III. THE PUNIC WARS: TO THE CONQUEST OF CARTHAGE AND OF THE GREEK -- STATES. (264?146 B.C.), 110 -- Chapter I. THE FIRST AND SECOND PUNIC WABS (264?202 B.C.), 110 -- C...

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Giovanni Pastrone

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...y his artistic name Piero Fosco (13 September 1883 - 27 June 1959), was an Italian film pioneer, director, screenwriter, actor and technician. ... ... 1883 births 1959 deaths Italian male actors Italian film directors ... ...883 births 1959 deaths Italian male actors Italian film directors ... ... actors Italian film directors Italian screenwriters Male screenwriters ... ...irectors Italian screenwriters Male screenwriters Italian male writers ... ... Male screenwriters Italian male writers People from Turin Peopl...

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The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Volume I

By: Lord Macaulay

.............................................17 CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. I. DANTE. ....................................3... ....................................17 CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. I. DANTE. ....................................34 CRITICI... ...ANTE. ....................................34 CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. II. PETRARCH. ............................43 SO... ....................................34 CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. II. PETRARCH. ............................43 SOME ACCOU... ...f Literature. • Scenes from "Athenian Revels." • Criticisms on the Principal Italian Writers. No. I. Dante. • Criticisms on the Principal Italian Writ... ...ture. • Scenes from "Athenian Revels." • Criticisms on the Principal Italian Writers. No. I. Dante. • Criticisms on the Principal Italian Writers. No.... ...Callicles, you were not so timid when you plundered the merchantman off Cape Malea. Take up the torch and move. Hippomachus, tell one of the slaves to... ...cribing, by comparing them with others generally known. The boiling pitch in Malebolge was like that in the Venetian arsenal:−−the mound on which he t... ... of an excellent air. For many generations the manor had been holden in tail−male by a worshipful family, who have always taken precedence of their ne...

...eface, 1 -- FRAGMENTS OF A ROMAN TALE, 4 -- ON THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE, 13 -- SCENES FROM ATHENIAN REVELS., 17 -- CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. I. DANTE, 34 -- CRITICISMS ON THE PRINCIPAL ITALIAN WRITERS. No. II. PETRARCH, 43 -- SOME ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT LAWSUIT BETWEEN THE PARISHES OF ST DENNIS AND ST GEORGE 0 A CONVERSATION BETWEEN MR ABRAHAM C...

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Filippo Anfuso

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... Filippo Anfuso (January 1, 1901 – December 13, 1963) was an Italian writer, diplomat and Fascist politician. Anfuso... ...t the same time (in 1925). Anfuso was appointed to the Italian Consulate in Munich (1927), then to the missions in Hungary (1929),... ... of staff. In 1942 he became Minister in charge of the Italian Legation in Budapest. In 1943, after Mussolini escaped to Northern ... ...s People from Catania Sicilian writers Politicians of Sicily I... ...ts Italian journalists Italian male poets Italian short story writers ... ... Italian male poets Italian short story writers Italian male short story writers ... ... Italian short story writers Italian male short story writers Italian people of the Spanis...

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The Life of the Bee

By: Maurice Maeterlinck

...............................................50 VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES....................................................................... ...EE • V. THE YOUNG QUEENS • VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT • VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES • VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE • Appendix Created by: Steve Solom... ...he birth, combat and nuptial flight of the young queens, the massacre of the males, and finally, the return of the sleep of winter. With each of these... ...pers, have more than once had impregnated queens sent me from Italy; for the Italian species is more prolific, stronger, more active, and gentler than... ...rs four times out of ten. I even one day came across an extraordinary little Italian bee, whose belt I had marked with a touch of blue paint. In her s... ...single bee. Then I went to a glass hive that was close to the house, took an Italian bee, brought her to my study, set her on the comb, and marked her... ...ling behind her, like an oriflamme, the unfolded entrails of her lover. Some writers pretend that the bees manifest great joy at this return so big wi... ...g works: 1. The Historical Development of Apiarian Science: (a) The ancient writers: Aristotle, "History of Animals "(Trans. Bart. St. Hilaire); T. V...

...I. THE FOUNDATION OF THE CITY, 22 -- IV. THE LIFE OF THE BEE, 27 -- V. THE YOUNG QUEENS, 40 -- VI. THE NUPTIAL FLIGHT, 50 -- VII. THE MASSACRE OF THE MALES, 59 -- VIII. THE PROGRESS OF THE RACE, 61 -- Appendix, 72 -- The Life of the Bee -- i...

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Sandro Petraglia

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... School (1995) Pasolini, un delitto italiano (1995) The Truce (1996) ... ... 1947 births Living people Italian screenwriters Male screenwriters ... ...g people Italian screenwriters Male screenwriters Italian male writers ... ...reenwriters Male screenwriters Italian male writers David di Donatello winners ... ... Male screenwriters Italian male writers David di Donatello winners ...

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